Project DigiProMIN: Focus on Data and Media Skills in Virtual and Augmented Reality Classrooms

April 2023 | Aktuelles


Digital tools offer the opportunity for in-depth analysis of teaching and learning processes in the classroom, enabling the improvement of teaching materials, especially in STEM. Developing data and media skills is essential for teachers to use these opportunities effectively. Therefore, one of the focuses of the new DigiProMin project is to strengthen the data and media skills of STEM teachers and develop adaptive feedback systems. For this aim, two chairs from TUM (LLDM & HCTL) are working collaboratively under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Maria Bannert and Prof. Dr. Enkelejda Kasneci.

The team will work to develop a teacher training program focusing on building digitally-related knowledge, skills, and pedagogical strategies to enhance student learning and engagement in VR/AR classrooms. The training will take place in immersive VR/AR teaching settings in the TUM-DigiLLab, with digitally-supported methods being used to individually record learning and interaction processes in the VR/AR classroom and the analyzed data to be reflected on together with the teachers. As the DigiProMIN project progresses, updates and findings will be shared to contribute to the ongoing discussion on teaching and learning with digital media. For more information about the DigiProMIN project, please reach out to the contact person.


Contacts at the Chair for LLDM
Prof. Dr. Maria Bannert
Sena Yildiz Degirmenci

Contacts at the Chair for HCTL
Prof. Dr. Enkelejda Kasneci
Dr. Hong Gao


Colaborators at TUM
Prof. Dr. Doris Holzberger, Professorship for Research on Learning and Instruction
Prof. Dr. Jenna Koenen, Professorship for the Didactics of Chemistry
Prof. Dr. Tilman Michaeli, Computing Education Research Group
Prof. Dr. Claudia Nerdel, Professorship for Didactics in Life Sciences
Prof. Dr. Tina Seidel, Chair of Educational Psychology
Prof. Dr. Andreas Vorholzer, Professorship for Physics Education